Reviewed by Rere from Pennsylvania on Thursday, June 11, 2015
I have a newish Ford Escape. Instead of using this seat cover in the back seat, I installed it in the trunk area to protect the back of the seats. I put it over the headrests, tucked the sides around the seats, and slipped a Weather tech mat over the bottom half. You only see the top half. A lot eas...
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Reviewed by Pinkbike from New York on Sunday, May 1, 2016
This works like a hammock and is well made but my dog can't seem to grip it. Imagine standing with 4 legs on a hammock. I even pushed my front seat back to make it less taut but it didn't seem to help. I'm going to try it without hooking it to the front seat next time so it's not like a hammock. It's a good seat protector but not sure if my dog will still slide around. At the sides, it folded back exposing the seat near the window. I'm thinking old blankets works best for dogs. 3 rating because it's a good seat protector, I just am not sure it will work for dogs.
Reviewed by dgnoy from GA on Monday, April 4, 2016
I actually just used this today to take my big old Akita to the vet. It fit perfectly in the back of my Civic. When I received it a few weeks ago, I did notice an odor like other reviewers mentioned. No problem as I hung it up on my back porch for the odor to disappate which it finally did. I've been searching something to protect my back seat and this definitely fits the bill.
Reviewed by Misshikergirl from California on Sunday, March 27, 2016
This backseat car cover has done the job for a year and half now. The edges around the zipper tore off a long time ago, but I don't mind as my dog likes to rest her chin on my center console and the tear allows her to do that. It keeps her Golden Retriever hair off my seats, and since we go hiking, this cover also keeps her muddy paws off my car upholstery. It's easy to fasten onto the headrests, and the buckles are adjustable. Aside from the torn zipper, the rest of the seams are holding up.
I would say it is water resistant--as in muddy paws will be kept off upholstery; but wet, dripping dogs would likely penetrate the (polyester?) canvas. I run mine as an added-coverage under-liner beneath my BMW pet seat cover, so I have double protection....needed for a pair of Newfies who love the water and can never shake enough before boarding.
Answered on 2/13/2015 4:11:42 PM by OCULUS from Renselaer, NY
It is waterproof and can be wiped with a damp/wet rag or soapy sponge to clean. Sort of like the material of a camping chair
Answered on 2/13/2015 4:30:42 PM by peginco from CO
It's made from a type of canvas, so to some degree I would say yes. However, there are slits for the two back seatbelts, therefore, water would seep thru those two holes, yet they do velcro shut. Can you tell I'm not quite sure how to answer your question exactly. I can pour water on it today!
Answered on 2/14/2015 9:02:53 AM by Sonora Golfer from Sonora, CA
No idea - I gave it to my daughter for her two big dogs. Haven't heard any complaints, though.
Howdy. I have the jeep wrangler unlimited. And it fits fine- with some material to spare I- which is just fine. It also goes a good bit into the back cargo area with the seats down - protecting the carpeted area on the seat backs and more. Go for it. It's a nice cover and good price. Hope that helps.
Answered on 4/29/2014 10:52:32 AM by Zoot Allures from CO
Yes, I think it will fit a variety of vehicles well. My car is a Honda Fit and I use it with the back seat up or down. ( The picture demonstrating the cover in use shows this product well.) However, if your Jeep does not have a bench seat in the back, a pet is going to fall between the seats. In this case, I should think the cover could be folded in half and used on one seat. If your purpose is just to keep the interior clean an have no pet to consider then I think this would adapt in many ways.
Answered on 4/30/2014 5:31:34 AM by Lylesmom from Massachusetts